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How Do You Store Your Stamps!

 We would love to know how you store your stamps. Use this group to upload your storage idea photo's or videos.

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Comment by Maria Levine on May 1, 2011 at 4:35pm
Just spent most of the afternoon fixing up my stamp space, cleaning and organizing a bit.  AND finally I have all my Unity stamps organized.  I don't yet have the last 3 KOTM sets in something but the sheets are added to my folder of images.  AND I just left the stamps themselves in their bags they came in and labeled the bag.  Right now that works for me.
Comment by Corry Heinricks on April 29, 2011 at 6:47pm
I have a few of the folders n storage things from unity but I cut the folders to use for 2 sheets. Found it easier to remove and use, otherwise I have used acrylic packaging from scrap stuff which I assume is acid free but hmm?
Comment by Sara Fink on April 29, 2011 at 6:38pm
Thanks again!  Better safe than sorry!!!!  And that saying "You get what you pay for" ...I am learning is very true in most situations!!!!!  :)
Comment by Rachel Bogner on April 29, 2011 at 6:33pm

Lisa, those are where I get mine and are the Graphix brand.

 

Sara, if they say they are acid free, you should be safe. I just wanted to make sure you checked them since mine did that and now one of my most wanted stamps has a little trouble in the cling department! Sometimes it is better to not be cheap!

Comment by Lisa Wallace on April 29, 2011 at 6:30pm
Hobby Lobby also has some in the drafting section that are acid free...they're in a pad of 25. :)
Comment by Sara Fink on April 29, 2011 at 6:24pm

Thanks Rachel!  I just went to Amazon.com where I ordered and looked closer at them.  I ordered them to make my own shaped albums.  It is actually plastic and it says it is acid free.  I think I am safe but if anyone else thinks otherwise please speak up!!!  :)

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001K7N66W
Comment by Rachel Bogner on April 29, 2011 at 6:20pm

Sara,

Not saying this WILL happen, but you need to make sure that your acrylic sheets do NOT start to eat the backing on your stamps. If you get some from an office supply store, they can potentially eat the cling mount. I had some cheaper that my Grandmother had purchased with her discount for me and they ended up trying to eat the mount. I usually use the Graphix brand that I get at Hobby Lobby and haven't had this issue with this brand. I have also used clear contact paper from Walmart (though it doesn't cling to the foam as well) haven't had issue with it either.

Just an FYI. you might check them within two days or so to make sure you aren't having your stamps ruined.

Comment by Sara Fink on April 29, 2011 at 6:13pm
I just started buy my Unity collection is growing rapidly.  I took some acrylic sheets that I have and am putting them in page protectors.  It works but isn't ideal.  I will have to look through all of your ideas and see what might work best for me!  Thanks for all the tips!!
Comment by Angie Blom on April 28, 2011 at 11:19pm
wow these are all great ideas.. I have been wanting more file folders.. so I took Natalie's idea and laminated some cardstock.. just one side and they stick really  well.. so I am using that so I can get more sets inside my storage containers.
Comment by Sharon Gullikson on April 23, 2011 at 2:19pm
Nice!  I like how you have them stored vertically, list contents, and show the stamped images. I only have stamped images of sentiments, but may have to stamp the rest like you did. Thanks for the photo.
 

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